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: james traficant is getting out of jail. plus karl rove, tucker carlson and premier of our "sleen-in panel." americans are outraged by the health care bill. the daily presidential tracking poll has the approval rating at a negative eight with those who strongly disapprove of his performance outnumbing those who strongly approve. the president continues. he is living in his own radical bubble. today he had another one of those town hall events where there was wide public support for nanny-state health care and lots of love, praise and support for the annointed one, the president of the united states. and here are some scenes from the president's town hall from earlier today in montana. >> that is for all. [applause] >> thank you, montana. thank you. [applause] sean: nobody in the president's make-believe world rkts they don't like guns very much in montana, do they? >> i'm a proud n.r.a. member. [applause] >> i believe in our constitution and it's a very important thing. sean: i think four people clapped. did you hear the crickets chirping even though there are people in montana wh
that that she was wearing. tucker, here is the thing. she says diplomat and then is not very diplomatic. that was a student she was talking to. >> that was so raw, that was great. >> that was such compelling television, i have been watching that slip all day. i can't get enough. this is a glimpse at what dinner at the clintons must have been like when they lived together. probably unfiltered. i felt this pain every day is you can't observe them without psychoanalyzing them and it diminishes you. >> and to evaluate them in normal terms you to become a pop shrink and makes you feel dirty. i have done it so, so much. i'm glad they are back, they are very compelling people. >> it is a reality show in a way where you can actually sit there and see all the raw wounds and fissures in the relationship. >> she has been living in the shadow for years of bill clinton and then you have the president of the united states that the secret service likes to call him. >> she has been marginalized. bill, i will try to ignore the fact that you spilled an entire cup of water down your shirt. >> that's oil.
. and we turn our attention to tucker barnes and what is going on with danny. > we've had a lot going on. h adwe unththrstorms overnight and wor flooding overnight in baltimore. and we're starting with clouds d humidity and the hpotential of more halfy rain here in washington. not danny related buyou can see the cloud cover across the washington area. s st ff to the south an wntords wathe carolinas, the rain showers. all of that energy is pushing in our direction as an upper a. el lopu shw eso inurr w and because of that, the potential of showers and heavy thunderstorms this afternoon, the national weather service about an hour ago issued a flash flood watch. this goes into affect at 2:00 this noon for the counties in green. and that would include downtown washington and baltimore. so be ready here. the potential is to e 2 1-1- inches of rain in a single thunderstorm over the course of 15 minutes to half an hour if the storms get going later. 74 degrees. humidity at 85%. it feels tropical and feels like rain. and nature will deliver later this afternoon. so be ready. showers and thunderst
'm steve chenevey. welcome to fox 5 morning news. we say good morning to tucker barnes. >> humidity was in check yesterday but it won't be the case today. it will be running wild. >> it is already warmer outside. >> kind of of a hot, sweaty afternoon with a chance for a scattered shower or thunderstorm. want to start real quick owshd an yo show you the latest here with danny. still a tropical storm. maximum winds up to 60 miles per hour. looking a little more impressi. e the hurricane center just flew a plane in anfod d the center was farther to the north than they had first thought. we'll con to watch danny here. i'll give you more details. -- we'll continfoto watch danny here. there it is now north of puerto rico. onto washington weather and gurvir it, we're warm, 75 degrees in downtown washington. humidity is 82%. in w wnod. watch the shower activity off to the north and west start to push into central pennsylvania. that is associated witha evry weak cold makeits esvprwill en kema its presence felt around here later today in the form of scattered showers and thunderstorms. not g
and here, another nice day at home. temperatures are weighing up. >> it's warm outside as tucker was saying it will stay that way. >> yes, we'll have highs in the 90s. we have a form as of -- tropical storm danny. d and we'll go to the maps and we'll show you the tropics and there you go. that's danny and maximum winds are 45. 'ski to rac tngthe north and northwest. and we got to watch this one carefully, ts we get into the weekend, it's possible that this could drop into a hurricane and be llcentered off eto he carolinas awent g i saturday morning. and more on o danny coming up a named storm. >>> 80 degrees at reagan national and humidity at 62% and winds out of the north at 5 miles per hour and a beautiful day and a lot of sunshine across the area and the humidity is in check and it's not humid and we won't have thunderstorms until tomorrow. o rain shower activity, especially in the cold front, that will be here tomorrow. for the rest of the day, not a bad looking day and we'll have mostly sunny skies and hot with the 90s. we'll have more coming up. >>> well, thank you. >>> a graphic new
has overreached. i think this will be a very bad summer for barack obama. greta: tucker, thank you. up next, the best of the rest. that is tucker's favorite segments. what do you keep in your freezer? lots of money? plus, check out this video. what are these people building? it is putting a smile on her face. the answer is coming up next, and tucker is going to stick around for this. this is my verizon small business specialist, tom. now, i know the catering business but when i walked in here i wasn't sure what i needed. i'm not sure what i need. tom showed me how to use mifi to get my whole team working online, on location. i was like, "woah". woah ! only verizon wireless has small business specialists in every store to help you do business better. you're like my secret ingredient. come in today and connect up to five devices on one 3g connection. now only $99.99 [ water ] hey, it's me -- water. did you know that when you filter me from your tap i'm pretty much the same as i am in a plastic bottle? well, that's not entirely true. see, at home, i'm 10 times cheaper. other than that, th
yesterday. >> definitely not. a few degrees definitely makes a difference. ; isn't that right, tucker barnes? >> a few degrees always makes a difference. not bad. winds out of the north and west. good morning. a decent afternoon. we have the possibility of shattered -- scattered showers and thunderstorms returning as we get into the mid- to late afternoon. 48 degrees at ray dan national. humidity -- reagan national. humidity a little better. our winds, we've got a breeze so that's not too bad out of the north and west at 13 miles an wahour. there's your pssure, 2.294 inches, down a little bit from p where it was yesterday. satellite radar, you can see lo cloudover scattered to thh e rtweand nost and a couple of green echoes.an ae ree inra wesho rs starting to break out into western maryland and eastern portions sof west virginial ilwgett ha gein here later today. that will serve as a nice ed gger mechanism for aresc showers and thuer storms across the washington area. and with a little bit of cloud cover out there, our temperatures will stilbe oron the hot side. we're expected to be touch ou
the capitol flags are flying at half-staff today in honor of senator kennedy. tucker is in with a check of our weather. not a bad start to the day, pleasant. >> that is a good word for it. we'll have another great looking daat least as far as sunshine but we'll be on the hot side later this afternoon. there is not a whole lot to see. mostly a good news forecast as we go to view and take a look out tre. outt . you can see that the sunshine sull be bright here. sen i rwi in about a half hour and it should be a great looking day. there you go. clouds off the coast. e the loarcuds off to the north ancwestanuto towards cleveland and detroit. that is a cold front that will get in here tomorrow an give us another opportunity for some showers and thunderstorms. but today, it will be just bright sunshine in the forecast. all right. there are your current temperatures. just got an update. now, 71 at reagan national. 70 at dulles. bwi arshall in the 60s again. our humidity will be in check for much of the day but it will bet hot later today. mostly sunny skies and hot by this afternoon. high temperature
's get a check on the forecast this morning with tucker barnes. >> we have nice comfortable conditions out there. currently 72 degrees. we will have more heat than yesterday with highs in the u l 90s. still not expecting any showers and thunderstorms. you can see that acrossssthe area, we continue to see very nice conditions. high pressure is ruling the area a this hour andaa cold front welthe north and west, that really won't start to make its presence felt until tomorrow. a very quiet one although it will be hot later this afternoon as mentioned with highs in the 90s. 72 at reagan national. wind are out of the south and west at five miles per hour. let's take a look at that forecast. as you t eth e door, expect hot temperatures by later this afternoon. 91 here in washington. 92 la plata. 9 # in fredericksburg. let's get to julie wright with a look at our on-time traffic. good morning. >> good morning to you. no accidents reported right now. the lanes are open if you are traveling the top setch of the play between college pack and bethesda. no problems reported coming across the ameri
. this is most popular segment in local television. tucker barnes an i put our big geeky weather heads together to answer your most pressing questions. today's question is from troy fairette. that is like a football player. >> old movie star too. >> he could be a reporter. let's go to troy garrett. he says while he was on a flight, pilot anumbered that the outside air temperature was minus 50 degrees while the ground temperature was 75 degrees. we were trying at an altitude of 30,000 feet. why is the temperature so cold up there and warmer on the ground espare closer to the sun when flying? >> sounded like it was going to be who gets there first questions swra i thought it would be a math question which we wouldn't have used it. you could have answered it. that is a great question. you would think the closer to the sun, you're 30,000 feet above the surface of the earth, it will be warmer. no, the high are up you go, the colder it gets. remember, space is cold. why is that so? let's go to science man tucker barnes for the answer. >> good question though. >> it's great question. >> the next time
. cynthia tucker and jerry sigh. >> and as always, "the sunday funnies." >> you know, a meeting got off to a rough start when a neighbor called the police and said gates was breaking into the white called the police and said gates was breaking into the white house. captions paid for by abc, inc. >>> hello again. the president's poll numbers may be wilting a bit in the summer heat, but each day this week brought those economic green chutes he's been counting on. monday, new home sales jumped the big of the increase in eight years. tuesday, home prices, their first increase in three years. wednesday, a surprising stepup in manufacturing activity. thursday, new jobless claims fall to the lowest 11 since january. and friday, the clearest sign yet at that recession might be be easing. second-quarter growth falling much more slowly than expected as the stock market capped off its best month since 2002. with that, we bring in secretary tim giant fler. geithner. the spending went way down. what more can the administration if anything to encourage spending to go back up? >> george, you're right,
. is the rain over and can we expect maybe a little bit of sun this afternoon? tucker barnes joining us with the answers. >> cool temperatures, too temperatures in the low 70s. hard to believe it's early august out there. might see a little sunshine later this afternoon, particularly off to the north and west as most of the rain showers have pushed to the east. i'wllho s u yoexactly what's happening. se'lo a c ase up. you can see in washington things are quieting down. still a cpl the north and er the north and anda a few more towards annapolis. for the most part i think the asherowctitany erd the thunderstorms are quiet down. t'to quiet down. let's go to the bigger picture. let's go to the satellite radar. het can e et mseofos s ill up to the us ehs nd at onds twardndnew hipupng waand pushing up towardersow uthann neglend. glwe have an area of low pressure off to the south. that's been responsible for the morning showers. it will drag out to sea. it will take with it the showers and eventually the clouds. there is some possibility you'll see a little bit of sunshine by mid- to late
to that story. >>> all right, tucker. >> we're ushering in the fall in a mellow way. >> well, it's cloudy and the temperatures are cool and we have summer to talk about and we're going to the tropics. >> i'm wearing the fall to -- the brown to say, fall you,'re here. >> it's the color of fall, right. >> well, it seems l. it . ouaba tropical t a disturbance. it could be erica and it's, watch it here. it's begining to look more and more impressive. the hurricane center hasn't upgraded it yet, but it could be a tropical depression at any time and with erica, moving to the ndsat northwest, we'll have to watch it and the path would normally take it here and porto rico by the end of the week. by the way, the peak hurricane season is in nine days. we're glotia cngse co setthe t of the hurricane season. we're at 65 degrees at reagan national and the humidity at 59% and wthe north at have miles per hour. -- 14 miles per hour. we have the light shower here getting echoes out here. w and it's iisghlr hot weo list hower on wayt ayto school and work, it won't last. a ips ee ast rea of shower east
at that in the 8:00 hour. >> and now i promised everybody tucker barnes. >>> what a beautiful morning and sunshine across the area. and today should be a picture- perfect day. a lot of sunshine expected. we're not expecting a shower or thunderstorm activity today. let's get to the satellite radar and show you what is going on ndyou anou see a whole lot of nothing. clouds off the coast and some shower activity off of the carolinas, but that's about it. ahigh ly sunny day as pressure builds ifrom the north and west. even though the temperatures will be warm, it will be comfortable because the humidity will stay at bay for another day. currently 69 degrees. temperatures jumped one degree in the past hour. and winds out of the north and you're pressure is up. mostly sunny skies expected and again, applies on the -- a pleasant afternoon with temperatures in the upper 80s which is where it should be this time of year. we'll have more information on the weather and look at the tropics coming up. let's get to julie wright with the latest on our fox 5 on-time traffic. >>> it's busy after university boulev
," and two columnists, cynthia tucker of the "atlanta journal constitution" and robert robb of the "arizona republic." john >> john diaz, we have the president pushing back. what do you see going on? has he lost ground on health care? >> he has lost ground, and the thing i would say the president was trying to do today, very wisely in my opinion is reshape this debate, because although we are talking about somewhere in the neighborhood of 50 million people who don't have insurance in this country, the fact remains, the vast majority of americans do have coverage and that's really the audience he was going after today, because the thing the president has to persuade them that this is going to succeed is that they have a stake in it, and i think there is a good case that we do when we look at things like cost shifting and things whether they have the coverage they think they have. >> lehrer: robert robb, what do you see? >> i think the president's ground has shifted dramatically against him and it's beyond the issue of health care, certainly as we come closer to reform, people have understand
folks haven't always done well on this show. our own tucker carlson gave it a go, but didn't go as far as he probably would have liked. >> tucker openly said he didn't really take it seriously, tom is taking it very seriously. and he is, if nothing else, a tough competitor. in all arenas, politics or dancing. so he's been practicing all summer, getting in shape. and just this morning, as you also already mentioned, he's already rehearsing in texas with his professional partner. he's going to go far. he is no longer "the hammer." he's going to be the velvet hammer, he's going to be two-stepping his way across america. he will go far. he'll definitely go farther than tucker carlson. >> yeah, not a high bar to cross. emily miller, you get the final word on that. thank you so much for joining us. >> thank you so much. i appreciate it. thanks, carlos. >>> we now move on to my "c" note, my daily big thought. as we watch this health care debate unfold, it occurred to me there may be some good channeling that needs to be done, even though hillary clinton gave channeling a bad name recently whi
." bloomberg's al hunt. conservative columnist michelle malkin. cynthia tucker of the "atlanta journal-constitution." and gerry sieb. >> and as always, "the sunday funnies." >> you know, a meeting got off to a rough start when a neighbor called the police and said gates was breaking into the white called the police and said gates was breaking into the white house. captions paid for by abc, inc. >>> hello again. the president's poll numbers may be wilti bngit a in e summermm atbu , cht ea day this weonomec chutes he's beenntouing on. monday, new home sales jumpeoud the biggntesy t mohlincreasehl esy, tuesday, home first increase rerst increase in three yearfis. updnesday, s ufinacanngturi up in manufacturing activity. thursday, new jobless cl ll to their lowest l vesince vejaary.reeast sigd idayfrthe c yet at that recession might be be easing. second-quarter growth falling much more slowly than expected as the stock market capped off its best month since 2002. with that, we bring in secretary tim geithner. a lot of good news out there this week. but the bad ne is that consumers are sti
together and priorities. and for most, that alone makes it all worth while. lem tucker, "nbc news" in upstate new york. chris: it was a different era in many ways. what do you make of that and the political impact today? >> what a broad question. i think it is interesting that people can inflate these subcultures. it is convenient i think for conservatives to talk about the woodstock generation. because when woodstock seemed to signify was dropping out and smoking dope and listening to -- chris: the good stuff. >> but not necessarily the conservatives approve of. the things that were politically salient in the 60's were not the kids. the civil rights movement was not driven by dropouts. these were people that were politically engaged on campus that were clean cut. they drove big change in the 60's, not the hippies and so for conservatives, it becomes well the whole 60's generation was the crazy indulgent woodstock generation. they conveniently leave out the much more focused and directed political agents of ching that drove a lot of positive and constructive progress. chris: there
want to give you a look at the weather. >>> tucker barns is here. >> well, good morning, we had a beautiful start to the day and we'll have a will the of sunshine today. no showers and thunderstorms. it will be hot though. wevel ig in the low 90s. e'and take a look at the dara t. conditions and we should have a nice sunrise. over the next few hours, quwe'w see the mo hsphereeang up quick little and clouds off to the north and west and they won't impact us in the way of showers and thunderstorms. that will be here tomorrow as a cold front moves from the north and west. let's look at the current temperatures, 71 at reagan national and 70 at bullless and vwi has a temperature at 69 degrees. we'll have details on the tropics coming up also. we'll look at the traffic now with julie. >>> if you're traveling northbound, that's where the wreck was north of the boulevard from germ mantown to clarksburg and traffic's squeezing by, single file to the right. we have a lot of traffic heading to the accident seen. we're looking at the camera and people coming here are getting around the curve
those critics as extremists. simply for exercising their first amendment rights. bill tucker has our report. >> reporter: the numbers help explain why there's such passion in the health care debate. 74% say their families or other americans will be helped by obama's proposals, yet at the same time, 83% of americans say they're satisfied with their coverage. people, like craig miller in pennsylvania. >> one day god's going to stand before you and he's going to judge you and the rest of your damn cronies up on the hill. >> reporter: a passion apparently unanticipated and feared by some. some political leaders have been quick to dismiss those voices. >> the groups are not necessarily representative of america. >> reporter: the angriest protestors have been called evil-mongers and accused of being rabid for their dissent. conservative groups like the heritage foundation argue that the mocking and name calling is meant to quiet the debate by making the protestors feel embarrassed and foolish, for being afraid of government and asking questions. heritage notes, six years ago it was the dem
degrees. i'm he beginning to agree with tucker that we'll have to check into that reporting station. it seems a little errant there. here is the satellite-radar composite for the region. there is your precipitation out to the west. you can see how it is moving north and east ever so slowly but you got some rhetty good rain there in portions of west virginia, western portions of virginia. for us, we we've got some clouds. here is a look at the surface map for today. main feature for us is an upper level low that is kind of pushing through ever so slowly. there is a frontal system that came through. that is responsible for our cooler, quote, unquote temperatures instead of being in the upper and mid-90s. we'll be in the up are 80s today. some scattered storms work their way in here during the morning and later on today, some showers and thunderstorms here and tere. forecast looks like this. lots of clouds around. scat are the showers and thunderstorms -- scattered showers and thunderstorms as i said. high about 87 degrees downtown. for tonight being a muggy night with early showers a
in with tucker barnes to get a look at our forecast for today. >> it looks great outside. should be a beautiful day. we'll have sunshine, low humidity. we'll have fine conditions. dto. in, no thunderstorm ay >> atoday. >> all right. >>'m out >>of here. let's get right to the satellite-radar and we'll take a look -- we t don't have much look at. railroad quiet conditions. -- very quiet conditions. we have high pressure building in. it will be a nice yll eary stretchiearodown down through the carolinas expecting very quiet conditions out there. and again, we should have bright sunshine unarod here and high temperatures just about where they should be. our average day-time high now is 85 degrees and we'll be in the upper 80s. ronnely 88 degrees a little later this afternoon. that is a nice looking start. -- roughly 88 degrees a little later this afternoon. agn, the forecast is a good one. mostly sun you skies. it will a very pleasant afternoon although warm but not too humid. high temperature about 88 degrees. i'll have all the changes in our forecast coming up. we have pore rain in the five- day
heads together to -- where tucker barnes and i put our big heads together to answer your most pressing questions. this is from martin allen. he writes where does the term under the weather come from. we often hear it when referring to someone who is feeling sick. since the weather come from up above, aren't we all under the weather all of the time? starting get philosophical there. aren't we all under the weather, martin. do either of you have a guess as to where the expression comes from. >> you hay little bit of a clue here when i saw a sailing ship. that was right leer on my page. i'll let you explain but i do have a pretty good guess. >> i have no idea. >> thnk you, steve. it comes -- tucker, do you know? >> no, i don't actually. take a look. the term is an old term that comes from british sailing. and here is what the deal is. we have a picture of a british sailing ship. we have no where had ifthis is the picture it was refurring to. >> that is i nice ship. >> that is a clipper ship. >> the phrase under the weather according to medicinenet.com came from british sailing ships when
. >> not for this weekend. they will be fine for martha's vineyard. >> which forecasters? apparently not you and tucker. >> yes, tucker? the islands. but we're talking about -- are you talking about martha's vineyard or bermuda? >> both. >> for this weekend. >> that update just in. >> so it will impact them. >> it will start impacting our east coast as well with some high surf so -- some rough surf. you want to be aware of that. the latest information came out just a few minutes ago. bill is now -- remains a category three hurricane. you see it is quite a ways away. it is currently about 4 # 5 miles south of bermuda. so it is still a ways away from the bermuda but the first people to feel the impact will be in bermuda. you look at the storm. you remember yesterday. it is looking a little more rag he had than it did yesterday. it is getting beat up by some strong winds. as this continues to move, it could reintensify. there could be some strengthening that occurs right now. the maximum sustained winds are 120 miles per hour. look how far away it is from martha's vineyard and coastal regions at this poin
topping 90 degrees today. tucker barnes joining us with more on what to expect. >> thank you much. maybe some showers and thunderstorms, particularly getting into the mid- to late afternoon hours. we have a cold front approaching from the north and west that could introduce a d ance for some showers aro . let's get a l ook atour hd radar. right here in washington still some sunshine but r uo t rtsk d paarour west anrthe particularly t rtpaarul icly towards char charlottesville, ck eaicup some shower activity. there's a cold front. let's show you the cloud cover and shower activity to the north and ldcoa rf t.eronths e that will be moving through during the course of the day. we'll see increasing clouds o our tempese ll e.tu s opewi temurratures will be ve hemi af ldad o te front adwith highs in the upper 80s to about 90. plenty of humidity and we think s todet strmaronownd rsdetorms start to break out along that front by mid- to late afternoon. if you have outdoor plans, be prepared for late-day showers. 83 the humidity. not bad. here's your official forecast. plenty of clouds and scatt
. and this is segment where tucker bawrndz and i put our big geeky weather heads together to answer your most preeing questions, weather- related or otherwise. today's question is weather- related. brian walton sends it in. not sure. brian seems to have a lot of time on his hands. how cold would it have to be for water to leave your mouth and freeze befe it hits the ground. >> is that possible? >> is it possible? yes, it is possible. how cold would it have to be in that seems to be up in the air. not sure why you want to know this. but a lot of people want to know this. you go on-line and there are all kinds of theories about it. people have been investigating it for a long time. tucker barnes joins us with more info on that. >> thank you very much. well, it turns out that you've got to get to an air temperature about meunch us 5, minus 40 at least nog colder than that. this will occur. we have a youtube video presentation by somebody that took some boilg water outdoors, take a look. watch this and tosss it in the air. that is boiling water. that is called a flash freeze. we're going to run it again.
steakhouse burger sing. >>> while you have the chance, come out and say hello in person. tony, tucker and holly will be at eastern market this saturday. they'll be there from 10:00 to 1:00. if you get a chance and you're in the area and want to say hello, do so. >>> holly is not far away and we'll put it in the guinness book of records. >> se's at union station helping blue jeans go green. >> well, this takes a little bit of explanation. it's cool and fun. a world record is broken today in d.c. here in the main hall at union station where we're giving you a preview. you're right, it has to do with kids, national geographic kids magazine. and this is the editor. good morning. >> what a day for you guys. well, it's exciting. and guinness records are -- >> well, this is the fourth attempt and we're really, really excited and we have the page that we run every month in the magazine. the kids love learning about the dogs with ears sticking out and ladies with long pentagonner nail -- fingernails. >> well, if you're going to do something extreme, may as well do it for a good cause. cause. >
on out and say hello to the fox team tomorrow as holly and tucker will at the eastern market from 10:00 until 1:00 so come on down and say hello. >> tucker, holly and i do some shopping together on the weekends and the station decided to turn that into a little event. >> is it a right? >> so we'll be shopping. if you say hi, be quick about it, because we have things to do. >> i don't believe you. >> i'm just joking. we'll be there and will be happy to hey hello. >> hopefully the weather will be nice. > tomorrow will be warmer an . thlly tobe wi let's look at hd byseraouecowau shyou because memow nts ago, we were showing you a different radar e.t it wasmoulpd leletoumo r isowasn't as zoomed in and i mistakenly said it the r sshower might t.m ho vet.t. vernon. . rnas you can seeea . r onve no wrn tmtr it was tm akis e. haast to de. ak isbut we do have a little bit o shower activity and perhaps a little storm brewing down we re, so that's what e 'r oking at and we'll keep our eyes on that during the course of the morning. here is a broader look. the tesallite radar foh tre teastern u
, atlanta journal constitution columnist cynthia tucker was downgraded from editorial director said this about those opposing government-run health care. >> i think 45 to 65% of the people who appear at these groups are people who will never be comfortable with the idea of a black president. bill: never be comfortable with the eye of a black president. nothing to do with health care. but ms. tucker has been pedalling that kind of garbage for years. check 5 the democratic senatorial pain people have released this ad. >> >> stop spending our money! >> what makes you better qualified. >> just say no. just say no. bill: so, let me get this straight the left wing fringe mobs are organizing against the right wing fringe mobs. sounds like a world wrestling deal. check six the "wall street journal" is reporting that illegal aliens will be counted in the 2010 census and they will be considered illegal aliens. the same as u.s. citizens by federal authorities. that means more congressman people from the border states among other consequences. obviously this should not happen. and finally, chec
of a changing economy and a changing workforce. bill tucker reports. >> reporter: conventional wisdom says this is work no american wants or will do. but conventional wisdom isn't always right. jason can atoatest to that. he owns and operates iz belll farms in colorado. he advertised for farm hands, he got an unexpected response. >> when we first put it up, our preconceived notion, if you will is, it's going to be hard to find the right people. we turned down some people that i would have hired in a minute, just because there were other people that were, you know, even better. >> reporter: isabel farms workforce isn't exactly what you might expect to find down on the farm. several hold masters degrees, two are working on degrees in agriculture. another holds a degree in architecture. several are part-time teachers, including the farm's foreman, who explains part of the attraction of the work. >> you get down with a hard's day work and take your boots off and you feel great. it's demanding, it's a lot of hours every week, but, you know, it makes me happy. >> reporter: isabel farms is not un
it will happen during the health-care debate. tucker is right. some issues are legitimate, and others are just propaganda, and people must decide what is real and what is not. and as these members of congress are at home, going for recess, they will hear an earful, and it will go back and voice their concerns about it to the president. he thinks that the united states should not be the only industrialist country in the world without health care for all citizens, so he is clearly on board said of the issue, and people have right to voice concerns. jane: years in meeting debt steve k in held on health care. take a listen. he had a great quote. he said that there was a sufficient amount of anger there, and the referee made the wrong call. i do not think the people of northwest wisconsin would have behaved this way spontaneously. i want to stay with you. why did democrats think that this works? >> you cannot control every voice and every word of every person across the country on these kinds of debates, and no one will justify it. america is all about democracy, and i do not think you can tell rep
. our bill tucker tells us more might be on the way. >> reporter: it took the house just a few hours to pulp an additional $2 billion into the cash for clunkers program and send the bill to the senate and the president praised their quick action. >> thanks to quick bipartisan responses, we're doing everything possible to continue this program and to continue helping cob assumers and the auto industry contribute to our recovery. >> reporter: washington is in love with the cash for clunkers program. >> it's a success that there's kesh that too many people are buying cars. that's a good thing. >> reporter: dealers are enthusiastic. >> it's going to be a huge success. can't wait to do another 100 of them. >> reporter: but what is all this these yax baenthusiasm bas? a survey of 2,000 dealers reporting an average of 13 deals ready to be approved nor the program. the program has been declared the billion-dollar budget spent. >> there's definitely a reason to just take a deep breath for a moment. if congress goes ahead and we get fiebl approval on the $2 million more, that's great, but ever
and samuel tucker go back today. as well as seven elementary schools in fairfax county. other schools start next month. >> that's way early! >>> got to say, way early! i wouldn't be happy. >> yeah, true. >> now, we have to get on a schedule. it's sweet having a modified schedule >> well, got to do it. >> what do you want to know about? >>> well, is it going to be as muggy. >> well, we'll get a little bit of a break. it will feel a little bit better today. >> will there be snow. >> thank you for the softball question, i can say that with authority, no snow. >>> yesterday, we had rain. we'll tell you how much. 4/10. dollies -- 2 v. 10th of an inch. no rain for us today. we have a little bit of rain in central portions of virginia happening there. current temperatures around the area. 73 in the district and 72 in baltimore and frederick, maryland at 68 degrees. winchester, virginia at 72 degrees. forecast for washington today, mostly sunny and less humid and warm and high about 89 degrees. then, for tonight, 70 degrees. that's lower than we've seen lately. partly cloudy and a mild night. fived
'm steve chenevey. >> i'm allison seymour. gurvir is off this week. >> tucker barnes is with us this morning. >> rainy right now a cross the area, we are getting light showers, other than a few thunderstorms out there. you know what that means? >> what? >> it does mea n a slow drive to work. >> it does mean that. it should mean that. >> we have a wa veof low esevprre delopinale onrethg front t athamcroe thugh during the overnight e ours oshowers breaking out across the area. other than a few ndbas ofba heavier rain. there was elier some thunder and lightning out towards prince george's county and an arundel county. you can see showers are widespread here. i think a good chance that dema of you will llsee some light shower activity he urindheg t next few hours. u across the mess across the ic. atnt area of low pressure pwiusllh f of neast. south d we'll have a lot of cloud cover for much of the day. temperatures, well being they are doing their thing. 74degrees at reagan national. never really cooled off overnight. winds are out of the north and west as five miles per hour. be
on those programs is also in decline. bill tucker reports. >> reporter: california has cut more than $6.6 billion in schools, oregon, $500 billion. that money originally intended to promote innovative educational initiatives and reforms is, instead, being used to fill budget gaps and save jobs, according to the american association of school administrators. >> school administrators find themselves behind a rock and a hard place. there's enormous pressure of positions to keep people as best they can. >> reporter: from a budgetary and educational standpoint, it's a strategy that makes sense. >> live within your means. we are forced with what i consider almost choices because 77, 80% of your budget will be in people, i think teachers and school secretaries and bus drivers and -- >> that part of the budget is education, benefits, and they are trying to get at some of the so-called fixed costs. >> our goal is to everything we can possibly and challenge things that might be fixed. but the problem is, are they really fixed and are there things that we can do about them not only in six months b
. tucker said he saw a meteor coming in this morning but for tonight, for the peak viewing time, we'll have a fair number of clouds. so i think it will depend on where you are this evening. so we'll see. i don't have great hopes about seeing that activity. we'll see. let's take a look at what is happening. we'll go back to yesterday and the temperatures, 97 degrees was the high at reagan national. that was one degree shy of tying the record. we did break a record at dulles international. it got to 97 degrees there. the record was 96. that was set in 2001 so we ve a new record at dulles. bwi marshall nowhere neared record. 75degrees right now here in washington. we dropped off one degree. 71 in baltimore. 75 in fredericksburg. let'slike at the temperatures across the country. we'll see a couple of things. first of all, warm air in the eastern united states. very warm continuing warm conditions down to our south. 82 in dallas. 67 in witch ta. where you find that difference in temperatures, you know from studying your weather you're likely to find some thunderstorm activity and let's get to th
:00. there with two. it is august 12th. as tucker mentioned, it is warm outside and the humidity will be really out there. i'm gurvir dhindsa. >> and i'm steve chenevey. it seems to me, tony, we are feeling that humidity in here as well. >> warm inside of our studios. i think they keep the heat on overnight. >> must be a man-woman thing pause it feels pretty good to me. >> we'll see how you feel later. >> yeah, humid here and outside as well. run showers off to the west. i won't rowle utah rain shower -- i won't rule out rain shower inisg. y us r thus this rn elative humidity reis # #% and is # #% and the temperature is 77. --th -reatreand and wee temperature is 77. couple of of showers here and there during the course of the morning hours and another chance of that later on today. your forecast for today, a lot of clouds around, scattered showers and thunderstorms, humid, high about # 7 degrees. that is where we should be. that is our normal high for the date -- high about 77 degrees. >> heat, that's j-u-l -- >> yeah, yeah, yeah. how are the roads on this early wednesday j not so bad. we had over
by the end of the week. it will like steer clear of florida. >> what about our forecast here? tucker barnes joins us with a quick look this morning. >> thank you. back to bill very quickly. just want to show everybody what is happinobill. it continues to intensify. thwind are up to 100 miles per hour and -- okay, i guess we're in the going to look at t still forecast to become maor jhurricane over the next 4 hours. h, nt too bad -- over the next 24 hours. with a cold front starting to shtretclo osetor e urarea, and the possibility of a little nesunshi out there during the morning hours,nse'll see some showeruras th develop up aheahead of that fro latr today and some d of the storms could contain gusty winds and very heavy rain. we'll see what happens. temperatures right now, we never really cooled off overnight. we are at 77-degree at reagan national. humidity back up, 74%. i think the best chance of showers and thunderstorms will be any 2 00 : d an2:00 and anusee aft00yoeru c noon temperatures later today in the low 90s. 91 here in washington. 90 in baltimore. >> we'll talk mother about
precautions because you can get burned justify as much on a generally cloudy day as on a sunny day. tucker, have i said that the right way? >> i think it was okay. >> what is the ron why we get burned through the clouds? >> because uv radiation penetrates the clouds, it will penetrate the atmosphere and it burns our skin. it gets into our skin and causes chemical reaction and we start to burn. we can try to protect our skin and then we burn. today's uv index is very high. you will burn quickly. >> i think we just forget about it. we don't use the protection when it is cloudy. are out in t sun, you're like i better be careful. >> here is what i would generally say. you correct me if i'm wrong. if it is cloudy and it is cloudy enough that it is raining, if you are out in the rain, you don't have to worry about it too much. if it is like a partly cloud whether i day, treat it as if it is sunny. >> wear it like your lotion. >> that's right. especially during the summertime. so thank you. hopefully, we helped some people, julie wright included. if you have a question yo uwany answered, go to my
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there to the west as tucker barnes was mentioning just a rthos time ago. our regional temperatures, awe quite cool start, 65 degrees here. 70 up in new york city and 70 in norfolk, virginia. pittsburgh at 56 degrees this hour. not a bad hostart to careorfo f sunshine. warmer than yesterday but belowe normal temperature. high about 85 degrees in the district. 86 at la plata. winchester, 84 for your high today. more details on the forecast coming up in just a little bit. >> let's check in allison oakley this morning with a look at traffic. >> good morning to you guys. we have an accident already on georgetown pike on the inbound side which is a real bummer for you guys leaving sterling and heading to the capital beltway. here we are at old dominion drive. all eastbound lanes are going to be blocked. westbound lanes seem to be open. i think you have to stick with route 7 this morning heading in towards the capital beltway. these are your southbound lanes of 95 before you get to shirlington and it is over on the shoulder. it doesn't look like it is causing much of a dries traction certainly for the so
as it is on the front lines. bill tucker, cnn, seattle. >>> our thanks to major bert and all of our brave men and women in uniform. thanks for being with us tonight. tonight. >>> up next is "campbell brown." -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> hey there, everybody. a lot of ground to cover tonight, but we'll start as we always do with the "mash-up." it is, of course, our look at the stories making an impact right now, the moments you may have missed today. don't have to. some new information, and just-released audio recordings give a new window into just how boneheaded some decisions were by airport workers in rochester, minnesota, earlier this month. you remember this story, an express jet flight diverted because of bad weather pap 47 passengers locked on the plane for hours. well, today, federal officials cleared the plane's crew. the captain tried to get those passengers off. >> i need to tell them something. i can't sit here any longer. >> there's no food, and it's just getting really unhappy. and the problem is that the terminal is closed here. and they won't let them get off because the ter
tucker and ron brown steele is the political director for atlantic media. you're both heavy weights as journalists. i respect your opinions. when i look at those crowds:00 a and when i look at the people involved in the birther movement, i see a dichotomy in terms of class. i think some people in the birther movement are a little more rustic a little less informed and a little scared. i see the mobs, i see pinks and limes, i see middle class people that went to college, i see people who read the paper who just don't like health care reform. what do you see, cynthia? do you see the same crowd in both? >> well, let me start out by saying, chris, there is absolutely no way to prove that people have racist motives. there's no way to know what's in people's hearts and minds. >> yeah, when they say the guy is from mombassa, okay, that's how you can tell. with no evidence whatever. when you say he's from some other country, make him as foreign as possible, that suggests motive to me. >> or when you hear people at these tea party protesters say this is america, this is no longer the country
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